by- jace adley
ocean to ocean- a convergent boundary, also known as a destructive plate boundary is an actively deforming region where two ,or more, tectonic plates or fragments of the lithosphere move toward one another and collide.
ocean to continental- The impact of the two colliding plates buckles the edge of one or both plates up into a rugged mountain range, and sometimes bends the other down into a deep seafloor trench.
continental to continental- Continental collision is not an instantaneous event, but may take several tens of millions of years before the faulting and folding caused by collision stop.
ridge (ocean)- Mid-ocean ridges are geologically active, with new magma constantly emerging onto the ocean floor and into the crust at and near rifts along the ridge axes.
rift (land)- A rift valley is formed on a divergent plate boundary, a crustal extension, a spreading apart of the surface, which is subsequently further deepened by the forces of erosion.
a strike-slip fault that offsets a mid-ocean ridge in opposing directions on either side of an axis of seafloor spreading.